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After Cummings shared her topless photo on Twitter, an IStandWithWhitney trend began, prompting users to share their own embarrassing photos in support. On Monday, the comedian, 36, revealed in a series of tweets that she was being blackmailed by some social media users, who obtained a screenshot from a Instagram Story that accidentally showed her nipple. Though Cummings deleted the video shortly after posting it, the users screen-grabbed it and threatened to release it if the star did not pay them money — but Cummings opted to share the photo herself in order to take control of the situation.


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Whitney Cummings has nothing to be embarrassed about. The comedian, 37, opened up about being blackmailed over a screenshot from a Instagram Story that accidentally showed her nipple, explaining that she was under the influence when she posted the NSFW clip.

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The comedian recently took to Twitter to claim that someone—she's against public shaming, so she won't name names —has been trying to blackmail her over a topless selfie she accidentally posted to her Instagram Story in April.

But rather than give into the threat, the year-old took matters into her own hands and shared the nude picture herself. So here it all is, you foolish dorks. Unfortunately, that was just the beginning.

Hours later, Cummings returned to the social media site to say the situation had escalated. Frankly I'm way more embarrassed by all the inspirational quotes I've screen grabbed.

Whitney cummings shares topless photo after claiming she's being extorted over the pic

In response to the Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It comic, fans and fellow celebrities sent her their own self-declared embarrassing pictures and nudes. Soon, IStandWithWhitney began trending—"Nobody is more bummed than me that istandwithwhitney isn't about Whitney Houston ," she joked—and the support continued to pile in.

That's terrifying," tweeted Sarah Silverman. Whitney Cummings isn't afraid of you or her past. Trending Stories.

For her part, Cummings was floored by the flood of praise. But, she did have one request.